Cervantite


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Cer´van`tite


n.1.(Min.) See under Antimony.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In the oxidation zone, cervantite, valentinite, stibiconite, kermesite and senarmontite are found to depths of about 100 meters.
During the Denver mineral show of 2005, the senior author noticed a specimen of stibnite with red and yellow encrustations, identified as "cetineite" and "cervantite," respectively.
Bandy (1944) mentions them together under cervantite, but the specimens will require further study for accurate characterization.
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Allophane forms fine, earthy and glassy white to yellow-brown masses in vugs with kaolinite, halloysite and limonite, covered by cervantite and stibiconite aggregates (Andras, 1983).